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BENITA PHINIZY Editor-in-Chief
RUTH HOUSTON Business Manager
The Staff of the 1948 MAIDS AND A MAN
gratefully dedicates this volume
lEmtlg Harm? Subman
A native of Frankfort, Kentucky, Emily Harvie Thomas
came to Augusta in 1818. Here she met and married Richard
Tubman, a young Englishman who was in this country ex-
porting indigo and tobacco. Soon after their marriage, Mr.
Tubman died. Showing remarkable business ability, Mrs.
Tubman managed several large plantations and encouraged
manufacturing in the South. Before the Civil War, she freed
her slaves and chartered a boat to send them back to Africa.
During the latter years of the Civil War to alleviate the suf-
fering of the Confederate wounded, she imported from France
the first ice machine to reach America.
Mrs. Tubman was a member of the First Christian Church
which she founded and built. She was a leader in religious
thought. She provided the means for young men to study for
the ministry, supported missionaries in many parts of the
world, endowed chairs in several colleges, and contributed to
all civic affairs.
In 1874, Emily H. Tubman presented to the Board of
Education a building on Reynolds Street for the purpose of
establishing a high school for the girls of Augusta.
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A.B. Mercer University. Macon. Ga.
M.S. Education. University of Georgia
A. DOROTHY HAINS
A.B. Elizabeth College
Charlotte, North Carolina
B.L. Smith College, Northampton, Massachusetts
M.A. Columbia University, New York City.
Diploma Rochester School of Technology, Roches-
ter, New York.
B.A. Converse College, Spartanburg, South Car-
olina. M.A. University of North Carolina, Chapel
Hill. Graduate Work University of London 1938-39
B.A. Teachers' College, Columbia University, New
York. M.A. Duke University, Durham, North Car-
Ph.B. University of Chicago. Chicago. 111. M.Ed.
Duke University. Durham, North Carolina.
B.Mus. College of Fine Arts, Syracuse University.
Syracuse. New York.
Fh.B. University cf Chicago. Chicago. 111.
B A. Converse Collere, Spartanburg, South Car-
olina. M.A. Colun-'oia University. New York City.
B.A. Agnes Scott College, Decatur,
Ph.B. Denison University, Granville.
B.A. Agnes Scott College, Decatur,
Georgia. MA. Emory University,
B.S. Home Ec. G.S.C.W., Milledgeville,
B.A. University of Georgia, Athens,
B.A. Shorter College, Rome, Georgia.
B.A. Agnes Scott College. Decatur,
Georgia. M.A. University of
Carolina. Chapel Hill. Naval Reserve
Midshipman School, Northampton.
B.A. University of Georgia, Athens.
M.A. Columbia University, New York
B.S. University of Georgia. Athens.
M.A. Duke University. Durham. North
Carolina. Naval Reserve Midship-ran
School. Northampton. Mass.
B.A. Bessie Tift College. Forsyth, Ga.
FLORA C. THOMPSON
B.A. G.S.C.W. Milledgeville, Georgia.
M.A. Columbia University, New York
MILDRED VON KAMP
B.A. Bowling Green College of Com-
merce, Bowling Green, Ky.
A.B.J. University of Georgia, Athens.
BA. Furman University, Greenville,
B.S. Georgia State College for Women,
B.A. Shorter College, Rome, Georgia.
MA. Baylor University, Waco, Texas.
B.S. College of St. Elizabeth, Convent
Station, N. J.
B.S. G.S.C.W., Milledgeville, Georgia.
Diploma Martin's Business College.
B.A. G.S.C.W.. Milledgeville, Georgia.
B.E. Ed. G.S.C.W.. Milledgeville, Ga.
B.A. Library Science, Emory Universi-
B.A. Winthrop College, Rock Hill, S. C.
University of Georgia. Athens, Georgia.
B.A. Oglethorpe University, Georgia.
B.S. G.S.C.W., Milledgeville. Georgia.
B.S. Coker College, Hartsville. S. C.
B.S. Peabody College, NaEhville, Tenn.
B.A. Newberry College, Newberry, S. C.
B.A. Mercer University, Macon, Ga.
Georgia State College for Women. Mil-
B.A. George Peabody College, Nashville, Tennessee.
B.A. University of Georgia. Athens. Georgia.
B.A. Bessie Tift College, Forsyth, Georgia.
B.Mus. Converse College, Spartanburg. S. C.
BETTY JANE CARLTON
ANN CARTER BURDELL ANN BUTLER
PAULINE CARTER BETTY E. CHANDLER
BETTY M. CHANDLER
BETTY LOU CHILD MARY ALICE COLQUITT
MARY CUNNINGHAM ANN DAVIS
BELVA LEE DOBYNS
BESSIE LEE GARDNER
J U ANITA GRAYSON
i JOANNE MYRICK
[ MARY NeSMITH
MARY HELEN POWELL
BETTY SUE RAMSEY
ELSIE ANN WILLIGER
BESSIE MAE WOMBLES
Standing left to right: Jewell Bentley, Martha Dye, Sondra
Williams, Sandra McConnell. Seated: Florrie Fleming.
SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS
Christine Barrs, Wennie Bowen,
Betty Bumpus, Ada Bradley, Mary
Alice Blair, Gloria Beddingfield,
Betty Belger, Joyce Barton. Mary
Ruth Bridges, Cynthia Bolton,
Patsy Blanchard, Nelle Winn
Blanchard, Mollie Burdell. Caro-
Standing: Burnie Guy, May Godowns, Betty
Jewell Hemley, Jean Graham, Nell Ruth Guill,
Glenda Henderson, Joe Ann Handrix, Virginia
Godfrey, Barbara Gunter, Bengoven George, Flor-
rie Fleming, Sarah Galloway, Gloria Ganu's.
On arm of sofa: Grace Harris, Betty Garner.
Seated: Carolyn Hadden, Annette Harper, Ely-
nor Fortune, Joanne Ford, Joan Griffen, Austin
Gilliland, Janette Gay, Marion Foster. Mary Joyce
Harrison, Joan Fulmer.
Standing, Back Row, left to
right: Frances Chambers, Betty
Denton, Laverne Davis, Jeanctte
Crawford, Elizabeth Erickson,
Ruby Capps, Betty Joan Cox,
Dorothy Cooper, Martha Dye,
Barbara Clark, Lois Dozier, Pat-
sy Campbell, Betty Jean Fell.
Seated, Front Row. left to light:
Betty Chapman (on arm of sofa),
Jackie Chavous, Janice Everett,
Barbara Culpepper, Betty Ann
Crawford. Dolores Crawford, Joice
Dyson (back of sofa), Anne Carmi-
chael. Janice Dubose, Joyce Clay-
ton, Barbara Clary, Carolyn Eu-
banks. Peggy Durham, Gertrude
Eidson (on arm of sofa).
Standing: Ellen Boone, Margaret Brown. Mar-
tha Bryan, Roslyn Bogeslav. Mary Belger, Barbara
Allen, Janet Bowdidge. Dollie Bradshaw.
Seated: Jewell Bentley, Shirley Allgood, Betty
Jean Baker, La Verne Bridges.
Jean Johnson, Betty Jo Home, Doris Huff, Card
Second Row: Betty Hutchins, Lucille Hcbbs,
Betty Ivey, Peggy King, Betty Kitchens.
Standing: Anne Jennings, Kay Frances Hutto,
Margaret Lewis, Thelma Howard, Pauline Led-
First Row: Harriet Jue, Carolyn Ken-
nedy, Mary Kelley.
Second Row: Grace Johnson, Dorothy
Johnston, Jane Heng, Marjorie Jennings,
Jane Huguley, Barbara Lang.
Top: Gloria Johnson, Betty Jackson,
Beatrice Howard, Crystan Hindman.
L-_'ft to right: Annie Laura Love, Bev-
erly McMichael, Jeanine Mays, Pat Mar-
but, Wanda Matthews, Barbara McLean,
Mary Lynn, Anna Luzader, Sue Martin.
Saul Sin Lee, Julia McWade, Anne Liv-
ingston (standing in door).
First Row, seated, left to
right: Jewell Morgan, Hilda
Moore. Barbara Metts, San-
Second Row: Barbara Mc-
Kissick, Ann Morgan, Jean
Mobley. Ruth Maddox, Sal-
Third Row: Lois Malcom
(standing), Mary Luckey,
Pegge Marriott, Betty Luck-
ey, Betty Lott, Sylvia Mel-
ton, Carolyn Lord.
Left to right, seated: Mary
Russell. Joyce Sumerau,
Carol Smith, June Smith.
Standing: Rita Roberson,
Faye Smith, Mary Sellers,
Judith Rhodes, Jacqueline
Ricks, Joyce Lavernc Smith.
Seated, from left to right: Muriel Oellerich,
Mona Pritchard. Beth Mueller. Ann Padgett, Joyce
Prescott, Harriet Perkins, Hazel Prescott. Frances
Powell, Nancy Powell. Louise Page.
Standing: Sally Nixon. Ann Parrish. Gloria
Phillips. Jean Oliveros, Bettv Norvell. Mary Piatt.
Gwynne Odum, Barbara Mulcay. Lena Morris.
Valerie Proctor. Kay Neeland. Aleen Payton, Lois
Pond. Joyce Murphey, Jane Newton.
Left to right, standing: Nolie Sweat,
Catherine Sanders, Mildred Rhoden, Doris
Middle Row: Billie Jean Stone, Carol
Symms, Joyce Carolyn Smith, Jacqueline
Front Row: Grace Satcher, Patte Ann
Tarlyn, Mary Alice Sumerau, Betty Jean
Sitting: Margie Wolfe.
First Row: Rhean Usry.
Johnnie Wombles, Carolyn
Whitlock, Sylvia Wright,
Helen Weathers, Joyce Wil-
Second Row: Joyce Wil-
liamson, Wahala Taylor,
Sondra Williams. Betty
Wren, Sara Thigpen.
Peggie Wilcnsky Connie Wilson, Vir-
ginia Towill, Gloria Thcmos. Eliza Wal-
lace, Julia Wilson, Mary Jo Wood, Myrl
Walker, Jo Ann Thurmond, Elise Williams,
Joyce Wills. Kathryn Tropnell.
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Gloria Johnston, Geraldine Pardue. Mar-
tha Wortham, Joyce Riley.
Standing: Nancy Willingham, Betty
McKnight. Estelle Regopolos, Nina Bar-
rett. Nancy McElmurray. Ruby Jansen,
Joyce Leaptrotte, Betty Jean Howard.
Imogene Cox. Imogene Beddingfield,
Jean Creech. Jean Elliott, Joyce Ann Clen-
dening, Lois Barrick, Betty Meeks.
Standing: Margaret Cadle, Mary Ann
Cjx. Nancy Lee Merriet, Joan McNair,
Jean Jarrett. Jewell Hornsby.
Seated: Lillian Powell, Hazel Weather- |L^_
ford, Nell Gould, Sue Simmons, Edna Mc-
Standing: Betty Abbott, Mary
Frances Lampley, Verdria Bar-
foot, Katherine Glover, Frances
Leever, Lois Reeder, Lois Mc-
Seated: Betty Reese, Ann
Moore, Geraldine Harper, Mary
Ellen McDaniel, Doris Walker.
Standing: Jenna Young, Jean Car-
ter, Jean Bowick, Jessie Calamas, Vir-
ginia Johnson, Kathleen Cheesborough,
Martha Crenshaw, Connie Satcher.
Seated: Sara Kennedy, Betty Dur-
ham, Betty Sorrow, Willie Lewis, Bob-
First Row: Dorothy Twin-
er, Barbara Johnson, Tom-
mic Robbins, Joyce Swearin-
Second Row: Joyce Burke.
Jean Guy, Lillian Evans,
Virginia Key, Elsbeth John-
Third Row: Jacky Nc-
smith, Joan Myrick, Lor-
raine Williams, Ann Sum-
merall, Jessie Calamas,
Joyce Priest, Helen Harden.
FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS
First Row, seated: Alice Anderson, Mary Becknell, Doris Bearden, Annette Banks,
Luna Ayers, Jeanie Bates, Elizabeth Avant, Zena Avery, Patricia Baker. Second
Row, standing: Betty Anderson, Betty Bennett, Shirley Banks, Mary Arlington,
Beulah Bargeron, Betty Baker, Naomi Bennett, Margie Avret. Third Row, standing:
Patsy Beeland, Betty Beeson, Shirley Barfield, Roberta Bailey, Geneva Atkins, Carol
ennett, Jeanette Anderson, Agnes Bennett, Marcia Ansted.
Third Row, seated: Paula Bruce, Virginia Collins, Anna Kate Clark, Barbara Clark,
Betty Clack, Peggy Burns, Dorothy Betts, Walton Carpenter, Marilyn Chambers.
Second Row, standing: Madeline Chavous, Margie Clark. Hazel Clark, Virgina
Busch, Shirley Burton, Mary Ann Cosey, Margaret Blackston. Anne Bowen. Muna
Clark. Third Row, standing: Grace Cawley. Betty Cohen, Betty Buffington, Ann
Canipc, Jcanine Blackwell, Norma Copeland, Ann Coleman, Carolyn Coward, Glenn
Carlton, Nancy Bennett.
First Row. seated: Betty Jo Dykes, Bobbie Jean Farr, Shirley Crawford, Anne
Eubanks, Angelyn Drew, June Crawford, Betty Davis, Barbara Dukes. Patti Dent.
Second Row, standing: Evelyn Danforth, Betty Doolittle, Joann Daley, Barbara
Eubanks, Mary Ann Fullerton, Clydelle Finley. Jeanne Damren, Elizabeth Crouch,
Winton Foster. Third Row, standing: Marjorie Evans. Elsie Dantzler, Annie El-
liott, Berenice Franklin, Frances Farmer. Caroline Davis. Ruth Ann Dozier. June
Eidson, Ethel Davis, Jeanette Epps, Patricia Dunaway, Betty Crook.
First Row. seated: Margie Guy. Carrie Greene. Mary Gleaton. Shirley Heath. Helen
Harris. Joanne Harbin. Connie Havird. Patricia Gladin. Arlene Greenberg.
Second Row, standing: Evelyn Harmon, Christine Hammond, Clarice George, Jerry
Lena Gay, Betty Grimstead, Velma Hall. Claudette Goodwin. Jean Hambrick. Emma
Goodwin Peggy Grimaud. Third Row, standing: Jeanette Giddens. Margaret Greer,
Sarah Glaze. Margaret Griffis, Ardelle Hall, Patsy Hamilton, Anne Harris, Jean
Goodwin, June Gay, Wilhcmina Ganus, Betty Hathaway.
First Row, seated: Patricia Howard, Roberta Hodges, Sarah Holliman, Mary Ann
Hightower, Marcella Howard, Martha Hemstreet, Marion Hill, Katharine Hill, Dixie
Hendrix. Second Row, standing: Mary Alice Home, Annie Hoover, Cynthia Hol-
ston, June Hutcheson, Virginia Hoffman, Lucille Hughes, Ella Jackson, Joyce Inglett,
Jean Huyck. Third Row, standing: Barbara Ivey, Margaret Ivie, Barbara Hunt,
Margaret Holley, Mary Holsenback, Sarah Ellen Hobbs, Joan Hill, Miriam Hopkins,
Edna Hoover, Rosalinde Home.
First Row, seated: Clara Lancaster, Marcia Levy, Caroline Kuhlke, Betty Joe,
Rhetta Lane, Robbie Kendrick, Dorothy Leopard, Daisy Kight, Dorothy Jones.
Second Row, seated: Mary Elizabeth Johnson, Ruth Jansen, Joe Anne Lanier.
Patsy Johnson, June Kitchens, Patsy Jones, Mary Frances Laird, Sylvia Kinsey
Dorothy Kirkendahl, Betty Layerty, Third Row, standing: Jo Ann Johnson
Shirley Kentzel, Barbara Ki-lligan, Evelyn Jessup, Margaret Lester, Jacirene Kcarsr.
Barbara Jones, Evelyn Keck, Cleo Lauton.
First Row, seated: Betty Jean Mathews. Virginia Morgan, Mariam Meyer. Joyce
May, Judith McLaughlin. Dolores Logan. Margie Miller. Sue Martin, Betty Ann
McKie. Second Row. standing: Margaret Miller, Margie Lewis. Martha Lively,
Betty McGahee, Betty Mock, Dolores Lloyd, Kemmie Mixon, Frances Mosley, Betty
Montgomery, Juanita Martin. Third Row. standing: Betty Ruth Marshall. Mar-
guerite Marschalk, Berta Jean Mitchell. Barbara Matheny, Mary McKenny, Pat
McKinney, Nancy Motlow, Jacqueline Miller.
First Row: Shirley Powell, Barbara Perkins, Ruth Parrish, Jean Murphy, Dorothy
Netherland, Ann Oxner, Betty Myers, June Myrick, Barbara Jean Pearre.
Second Row: Dorothy Poteet, Florence Parker, Jacquelyn Philpot, Martha Parrish,
Joyce Pike, Helen Moutos, Carolyn Peacock, Ann Powell, Peggy Parrish. Third
Row: Loretta Powell. Carolyn Patterson. Betty Norris. Christine Murphy. Marjoric
Odom. Switzer Murphy. Martha Murphy, Patsy Patrick, Betty Jo Phillips, Ann
First Row, seated: Betty Singletary, Billie Ann Scott. Carol Ann Purcell, Jessie
Lee Richter, Betty Roe, Sue Simowitz, Eva Price, Annie Pearl Sharpe, Doris Reeves.
Second Row, standing: Janice Price, Ruth Sharpe, Shirley Simmons, Jeannette
Prescott, Margaret Sanders, Laura Sibert, Geraldine Smalley, Frances Rice, Anne
Richards. Third Row, standing: Edna Reid, Mary Anna Redmond, Barbara Sleister,
Helen Reddy, Fay Russell, Joyce Rathbun, Mary Ramsay, Mildred Ruben.
First Row, seated: Evelyn Tcskey. Gaynell Tanner. Kathleen Smith, Joyce St'ck-
ton, Connie Tabb, Marilyn Tancnbaum, Jean Temples, Carol Thompson, Barbara
Usry. Second Row, standing: Barbara Trice, Dot Taylor, Mary Ann Thomas, Sarah
Stringer, Patsy Thomson, Jean Tuten, Ethel Smith, Gloria Smith, Lois Smith, Ann
Storv. Third Row, standing: Sara Lane Tankersley, Peggy Smitherman. Nell
Taylor, Edna Thompson, Lillian Smith, Jean Stewart, Barbara Stapleton, Dorothy
Spinks, Sarah Tiller, Bobbie Sprouse.
First Raw. seated: Ruth Walker, Alice White, Maria Wilson, Fannie Bell Wilkins,
Sophronia Vause, Sunnie Wong, Shirley Williams. Deloris Walker, Louise Wardlaw.
Second Row, standing: Gloria Utley, Jacqueline Watkins. Maude Wright, Louise
Walker, Betty Worsham, Martha Walker, Joan Willis, Betty Yarbrough. Third
Row, standing: Tallulah Wall, Zona Wright, Patricia Williams, Jean Woods, Ida
Mae Walker. Dorothy Walker. Barbara Ann Watkins, Dorothy Wilson.
First Row, seated: Billie Connell, Gertrue Easier, Betty Duncan, Mildred Jones.
June Hazel. Ruby Inglett. Barbara Becknell, Elizabeth Cooper, Doris Harden.
Second Row, standing: Mary Alice Bunch, Geneva Driggers, Mazina Faglier, Betty
Cook, Doris Dunn, June Cato, Betty Baker. Mary Lou Jones. Jane Jones, Doris
Green, Laura Gregory. Third Row. standing: June Cooke. Carolyn Holton. Cath-
erine Howell, Lilly Beasley, Helen Alberson. Maurine Crook. Erline Hill. Sarah
Luke, Barbara Danforth, Sara Attaway. Leona Elliot.
First Row, seated: Betty Anne
Pearson, Martha McGowen, Mar-
garet Woodward, Joanne Spithal-
er, Mary Whitaker, Christine
Short, Billie Jean Woodward, Ann
Thompson, Patricia Marshall.
Second Row, standing: Doro-
thy Smith, Jeanne McKettrick,
Catherine Myers, Margaret Reed-
er, Carolyn Russell, Janet Walker,
Ailene Wild, Margaret Newman,
Eleanor Whitfield, Jackie Year-
Third Row, standing: Peggy
Mcllhany, Joyce Thrift, Minnie
Lee Price, Shirley Peters, Jean-
ette Mitchum, Dot Weeks, Gary
Mathis, Sadie Reagan, Sadie
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When you enter Tubman
On your first eventful day
The first thing you must realize
Is that you have four years to stay
When you enter Tubman
The first thing you will see
Is a wise and stately woman
Just what you must learn to be
This woman is Minerva
With a stern and learned face
Don't stop to mark on her
Unless you want to be in disgrace
Soon you will meet a senior
Walking swiftly down the hall
Just back into a corner
Or step up against the wall
Someday you will be a senior
It will take six or seven years
Then you will see the freshmen
Shrink away with fears
And always you must hurry
But run you mustn't dare
For no one is found running
Up and down a Tubman stair
You must never, never, never
Do the horrible crime
Of dashing to the lunchroom
And breaking in the line
There is one word of warning
That surely you should know
If you want to cross the yard
Rent a boat in which to row
This is my advice for freshmen
I would like to tell you more
But I forget all this kid stuff
For now I am a SOPHOMORE
Marcel la Howard
JOAN ANTHONY ANN GOOLSBY
ANN BYRD PEGGY GRIFFIN ELEANORA NIXON
Seated, left to right: Joan
Chambers, Beth Wilcox. Susan
Standing, left to right: Julia
Hagler, Verna Lee Hardy. Kath-
crine Barrett. Joan Jansen.
Seated, left to right: Anne Voorhis,
Peggy Sherman, Peggy Peabody, Gladys
Standing, left to right: Florrie Fleming,
Miss Suzanne Wade
JEAN SMITH Business Manager
Left to right, standing: Betty
E. Chandler, Eloise Nixon. Lydia
Pate. Virginia Grimaud. Gail Oli-
ver. Betty Stockton.
Seated: Joan Castleberry, Ann
Carter Burdell, Ann Davis. Ellen
Martin, Constance Tant. Anne Ot-
Standing: Joanne Myrick, Eleanor
Jackson, Sylvia Moutos, Jean McConnell,
Peggy Sherman, Suzanne Levine, Bessie
Seated: Carolyn Barrett, Ann Satcher,
Marion Almand, Belva Lee Dobyns.
Top: Artemisia Dennis, Glenda Hender-
son, Betty Clark, Amy Law, Dot Hender-
son, Laura Gauthier, Jane Ragsdale.
Bottom: Mary Ann Thomas, Mary
Rheney, Jean Smith, Joyce Barton, Rita
First Row: Eva Price.
Second Row: Pansy Price, Verna Lee
Hardy, Helen Evans. Mollie Burdell, Kitty
Sibley. Nell Ruth Guill.
Third Row. kneeling: Helen Moutos,
Martha Hemstreet. Walton Carpenter.
Standing: Peggy Meads. Joan Stockton.
Betty Ann Thrailkill. Miriam Siskin.
BETTY JUNE AYERS Vice-Pres.
PEGGY PEABODY.. ....Point Mgr.
VERNA LEE HARDY. ... President
ANN GOOLSBY Secretary
ANN WHATLEY... Patrol Captain
ALICE MERRY... ...Treasurer
Our student government or-
ganization is a member of the
National Association of Student
Governments, the Southern As-
sociation of Student Govern-
ments, and this year was the
president of the Georgia Assoc-
iation. Every girl in Tubman is
a member. The TCL is made up
in: (11 The Central Council,
Is composed of the League
Officers and faculty advisors, all
class presidents and secretaries,
and all club and organization
presidents. i2> Four Class Coun-
cils composed of the class offi-
cers, one faculty representative,
and the president and secretary
of each home room.
The purpose of student
government is to train for
citizenship under our demo-
cratic form of government, to
discover and develop leader-
ship, and to promote a high-
er standard of conduct now
and after graduation. The
T.C.L. makes minor regula-
tions governing student activ-
ities and all recommendations
on school management made
by it to the faculty are given
respectful consideration. Its
aim is to encourage us to
govern ourselves so that we
may be worthy to have a
voice in governing others.
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The Student Patrol functions as a part of the Tubman Citizenship League. Mem-
bership in it is based on merit and goes only to these girls who have proved their
reliability, scholastic proficiency, and cooperation — the qualities of a good school
citizen. Their work is to maintain order in the halls, lunch room, auditorium, or
wherever they may be called to serve.
Back Rcw: Betty M. Chandler. Ann Byrd. Anne Jamison, Verna Lee Hardy, Ann Davis, Peggy Griffin.
Jean Smith, Peggy Meads. Second Row: Mary Ellen Walker, Nell Westbrook, Dorothy Henderson, Betty
Sanders, Myrtie Pace, Joyce Sego, Elizabeth Holmes, Peggy Martin, Caroline Fowler, Ann Whatley,
Christine Lundy, Barbara Bonnet. Seated: Anne Otwell, Jane Maynard, Gail Oliver, Eleanor Jackson,
First Row: Mary Jo Wood, Rehean Us-
uary, Betty Helmly.
Second Row: Joyce Dyson, Carolyn
Eubanks, Harriet Perkins, Ann Livingston.
Third Row: Betty Wren, Virginia Towill,
Fourth Row: Jackie Ricks, Ann Parrish,
Florrie Fleming, Joe Anne Hendricks.
First Row: P. Price. Second Row: B. Williams, Joyce McNure, Hazel Radford.
M. Corley, Sue Price, B. Edwards, L. A. Brown. Third Row: B. Phelps. B. Patrick.
B. Rubenstein, E. Martin, M. A. Russell, C. Tant, B. Reeder, J. Chambers. Fourth
Row: G. G. Loo, Thco MacMurphcy, B. J. Ayers, A. Dasher, E. Fogel, P. Peabody.
MISS COMEY (seated)
LUCILE AYERS (seated)
I (nrulhy Henderson
Verna Lee Hardy
Betty E. Chandler
The Latin Club, composed of all junior Latin students, meets
every other week at school. It was organized principally for the
purpose of studying informally myths, especially those relating to
and serving as a background for Virgil's Aeneid and Ovid's Metamor
MISS RUTH McAULIFFE Faculty Advisor
KATHERINE BARRETT President
CONSTANCE TANT Secretary
JOAN ANTHONY Program Chairman
Left to right, Seated: Katherine Barrett, Joan Anthony. Kneeling: Gladys Meiere, Anne Dasher, Julia Hagler.
Margaretha Bowick, Joan Compton, Lois Sue Hale, Betty Anne Greene, Peggie Peabody, Margie Ann Rossignol.
Leta Barfield. Standing: Susan Hemstreet, Louise D'Antignac, Ellen Martin, May Merry. Alice Merry. Elaine
Fogcl, Dorothy Burdashaw, Mary Ellen Brown, Barbara Owens, Jackie Parks, Ann Jamison, Anne Voorhis. Vir-
First Row, seated, left to right: Betty Lou Child, Eleanora Nixon, Verna Lee Hardy, Dorothy Henderson,
Jane Maynard, Peggy Martin, Bessie Lee Gardner, Caroline Fowler. Second Row, seated, left to right:
Betty E. Chandler, Joan Stockton, Virginia Marks. Helen Evans; Ruth Houston. Secretary: Amy Law,
Treasurer; Ann Goolsby, President; Jean McConnell, Vice-President; Betty M. Chandler, Ramona Collins,
Peggy Griffin. Anne Otwell. Third Row. standing: Miriam Siskin. Virginia Grimaud, Mary Ann Thomas.
Rita Silver. Benita Phinizy. Ann Burdell. Peggy Sherman, Barbara Bonnett. Artemisia Dennis, Doris
Prior, Betty Jeanne King, Martha Jordan. Millie Street.
ANN SAYER Vice-President
ADELE WARREN Secretary
THEO MacMURPHY President
JUNE DOUGLAS _ .^Treasurer
MISS WADE Advisor
Seated: June Douglas, Theo MacMurphey, Adele Warren, Ann Sayer, Ann Mc-
Clendon, Angadell Adams. Kneeling: Joanne Grimaud, Mary Hardin. Elizabeth
Holmes, Ann Satcher, Ann Cooper, Audrey Lindsey, Carolyn Barrett, Anne Jamison,
Christine Lundy, Nina Jones, Peggy Jeffcoat, Anne Smith, Barbara Widener. Ann
Byrd, Ann Davis, Suzanne Levine. Standing: Mary Arnetl, Joan Rosenthal, Dolores
Shapiro, Nell Westbrook, Betty Johnston, Ernestine Duckett. Daisy Woo. Miss
Wade, Anne Whatley, Kathryn Weeks. LaVerne Murphey. Betty Grose. Joyce
Martin, Audrey Bailey, Pat Schwall, Jean Smith, Eloise Nixon, Peggy Meads,
Barbara Manley, Eleanor Jackson, Joyce Weil.
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MARY BESS JONES . . President
MARY SISK Vice-President
CHRISTINE McCARTY Secretary
ISABELLE KEY ...Treasurer
BETTY SUE JOHNSON Social Chairman
MRS. RUBY C. TURNER Advisor
D. O. E. OFFICERS
Seated, left to right: Jones,
Johnson. Standing: McCarty,
Lower Picture: Mrs. Ruby C.
Seated, left to right: Martha Goings. Jeanette Patrick. Mary Bess Jones, Betty Jo Moyer, Mary Sisk. Bobbie Atkins.
Betty Sue Johnson, Margie Helmly, Jane Allen. Standing, left to right: Mabel Rhoden, Lolitia Patterson, Alice
Adams, Marie Quarrels. Susie Kent, Barbara Allan. Ama Brinkman. Juanita Grayson, Martiel Kitchens, Christine
McCarty, Bessie Wombles, Betty Mills, Isabelle Key, June Kirkland,
Left to Right:
BSLVA LEE DOBYNS
BETTY MELTON-._ Vice-President
MISS DOROTHY HALBERT Advisor
ARTEMISIA DENNIS Accompanist
Left to right: Mona Stewart, Mary Alice Colquitt, Peggy Campbell, Imogene Cox, Belva Lee Dobyns, Betty Ann Thrail-
kill, Artemisia Dennis, Betty Hutchins, Barbara Langley, Mary Alice Sumerau, Patsy Blanchard, Sylvia Melton, Elise
Williams, Janice Everett, Ann Sayer, Jane Stone, Yvonne Patterson, Jean Wood, Sarah Priest, JoAnn Brown. Second
Row: Charlotte Lucky, Doris Green, Mazina Faglier, Sue Hanchey, Maurine Crooke, Elizabeth Youngblood, Nell West-
brook, Betty Melton, Betty Meeks, Kay Neelands, Joyce Hardy, Vernell Gantt, Julia Wilson, Anne Love, Margaret Reeder,
Ann Satcher, Angadell Adams, Joanne Ford, Evelyn Priest, Nancy Montgomery. Not in picture: Mona Rae McNulty.
Nancy Archer, Carolyn Bohler, Shirley Parham, Jeanine Mays.
PEGGY MEADS . .
BETTY ANNE THRAILKILL
Seated: Betty Ann Thrailkill, Joan Stockton. Ann Whatley, Peggy Meads, Jean Smith. Second Row: Theo Mac-
Murphy, Ann Byrd. Lydia Pate. Jane May re. Gail Oliver. Mary Ellen Walker. Third Row: Ann Guiterrez, Betty
Stockton. Katherine Barrett. Pat Mangum. Eloise Nixon, Dorothy Henderson. Mary Ann Thomas.
Standing behind car: Bobby Nickels, Margie Ann Rossignol, Amy Law, Benita Phinizy, Mary Rheney, Helen
Evans, Anne Goolsby, May Merry, Beverly Weatherford, Betty Anne Greene, Jackie Parks. Sitting in ear:
Ruthie Houston, Sylvia Moutos, Peggy Sherman, Jean McConnell, Ellen Martin, Joan Castleberry, Anne Otwell,
Peggie Peabody, Verna Lee Hardy, Caroline Fowler. In frontof car: Martha Jordan, Ann Davis, Beth Wilcox,
Ann Burdell, Joan Chambers, Betty E. Chandler, Betty M. Chandler.
THETA TRI-HI-Y OFFICERS
AMY LAW Treasurer
JEAN McCONNELL . Vice-President
HELEN EVANS President
BETTY E. CHANDLER Secretary
RUTH HOUSTON Chaplain
PAT MANGUM .
First Row, standing: Becky Thompson, Miriam Hamilton, Gerry Mathis. Elise Blackwell, Laura Ramsey. Betty
Meeks, Betty Jenkins, Ann McClendon, Patricia Baker, Athena Rabun, Pat Mangum, Grace Satchcr. Second Row.
sitting: Lois McCann. Marcia Levy, Kay Hutto. Virginia Marks, Peggy Meads, Barbara Perkins, Betty Stewart,
Sylvia Wright. Second Row, standing: "Jeanette Epps. Mary Ann Thomas. Jessie Calamas, (Catherine Howell.
Betty McKnight, Beth Mueller. Jeanette Crawford. Third Row. sitting: Annabclle Pope. Sophronia Vause, Sue
Simowitz. Suzanne Morris. Walton Carpenter. Marion Hill. Barbara McLean. Ann Butler, June Kirkland, Jane
Stone, Joan Griffin, Joyce Barton.
First Row, left to right: Ann Byrd, Ann
Davis, Katherine Barrett, Peggy Sherman,
Second Row, left to right: Barbara
Clark, Bengovan George, Alice Merry,
Mary Luckey, Florrie Fleming, Ann Car-
michael, Vallusia Anchors.
Third Row, left to right: Betty Luckey,
Ann Goolsby, Betty E. Chandler, Ann Liv-
ingston, May Merry.
Fourth Row: Peggy Peabody.
Fifth Row: Joan Jansen.
VARSITY CHEER LEADERS
Peggy Meads, Eloise Nixon, Gail Oliver
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RING TENNIS TEAM
VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM
First Row, left to light: Margie Ann
Rossignol, Gee Guen Loo, Ann Davis. Bet-
ty Jo Home, Nina Barrett.
Second Row, left to right: Betty Grose.
Jane Maynard, Anne Otwell, Leta Bar-
field, Katherine Barrett. Bengovan George.
Third Row. left to right: Vallusia An-
chors, Betty M. Chandler. Ann Byrd, Dor-
othy Henderson, Ramona Collins, Mary
Ellen Crocker, Barbara Clark.
On the following pages MAIDS AND A MAN proudly
presents the six girls who for qualities of scholarship,
leadership, and personality have been chosen by
popular vote of the Senior Class as Senior Superlatives.
The settings for Senior Superlatives
were graciously furnished by the
Gertrude Herbert Institute of Art.
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Ann Gaitei Qutdell
OFFICERS HOME EC. CLUB
MARY WHITAKER President
ANNE PARRISH Vice-President
SONDRA WILLIAMS Sec. and Treas.
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HONOR SOCIETY INDUCTION
SENIOR CHRISTMAS PAGEANT
WHEN WE WERE VERY YOUNG
THROUGH THE YEARS '43-'48
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We. the Senior Class of 1948, being of disposing mind and memory, hereby publish
and declare this as in for our last will and testament revoking all other wills heretofore
made by us.
Item one: We give, bequeath, and devise to the Senior Class of 1949 the following goods
and chattels listed hereinafter:
1. Our extensive Senior Privileges which consist solely of the privilege of being
2. A Senior Project that will be worthy.
3. Individual schedules that will be adapted to the student's need for week-end
trips to distant cities.
4. A map on which we have charted all paths of safe passage from room to room
during Activities Period. This map is for the sole use of those seniors who may
find Activities difficult.
5. A Ferry Boat that will ply between the lunch room and the building. This boat
will be used to carry the girls who cut school on Saturday excursions.
Item two: I. Benita Phinizy. do give, and bequeath to Katherine Barrett, a subscription
to the comic book of her choice to provide suitable entertainment during activities.
Item three: I. Martha Jordan, do give and bequeath to Caroline Kuhlke, my ability to
get to classes on time by crawling through people's legs.
Item four: We, Jean Smith and Eloise Nixon, do give and bequeath to Betty Anne
Green our ability to arrive at the "Grill" every day at 2:46.
Item five: We, Dorothy Thrasher and Betty Janett. do give and bequeath to any junior
who needs relaxation our job keeping First Aid.
Item six: I, Annabel Pope, do give and bequeath to Barbara Rubenstein my ability to
translate French in the hopes that she will develop as skillful an index finger as I have.
Item seven: We. Betty Ann Mulcay and Ann Satcher, do give and bequeath to our
sisters, Barbara and Grace, our ability to sit silently in class.
Item eight: I. Ann Carter Burdell, do give and bequeath to my sister. Mollie. my ride
Item nine: We. Sylvia Moutos and Jean McConnell, do give and bequeath to our sisters.
Helen and Sandra, the future of M and M.
Item ten: I, Eleanora Nixon, do give and bequeath a copy of Virgil's Aeneid (IN ENG-
LISH) to my sister Sally.
Item eleven: I, Peggy Griffin, do give and bequeath to Pat Mangum, my excellent
view of the yard as seen from French class.
Item twelve: We, Betty Jarrett and Daisy Woo, do give and bequeath to any lucky
junior our corner seats in Chemistry class so that they can enjoy drawing on the
blackboard as much as we have.
Item thirteen: We, Lucille Ayers and Jewelle Crawford, do give and bequeath to Bet-
ty June Ayers and Lillian Campbell a bag full of super double bubble gum.
Item fourteen: I, Jean Inglett, do give and bequeath to Jo Ann Webb, my ability to
make my speed on an antiquated typewriter.
Item fifteen: I, Anne Otwell, do give and bequeath to Joan Chambers a complete
set of reference books so that she will not find it necessary to come to school at
seven o'clock during term paper season.
Item sixteen: I, Betty Sanders, do give and bequeath to the class in History 42, my
Item seventeen: We, Virginia Grimaud and Lydia Pate, do give and bequeath to Leta
Barfield our ability to offer satisfactory excuses for being late to class.
Item eighteen: I, Helen Evans, do give and bequeath to Joan Castleberry, my ability
to cut school regularly.
Item nineteen: I, Ruthie Houston, do give and bequeath my one lavender mitten (con-
structed during Activities) to Susan Hemstreet in the hopes that she will wear it
with her Argyle socks.
Item twenty: We, Anne Warr and Mary Ellen Walker, do give and bequeath to Margie
Ann Rossignol and Jackie Parks our ability to get in and out of trouble.
Signed, published, and declared by the Senior Class of 1948 as their last will and
testament, who in the presence of the undersigned and at their special instance and
request sign the same as the witnesses thereto in the presence of the testator and in the
presence of each other.
Made, signed, and sworn to in the year of our Lord, 1948 on this 27th day of May.
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GYM CLASS — TUBMAN 1921
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Now we'll give a cheer for Tubman
For the school we love the most
Evermore we'll sing her praises
And her name shall be our boast
To the top we'll raise her colors
May her standards ever hold
Then let us give a rousing cheer
For the Tubman Black and Gold
Then let us give a rousing cheer
For the Tubman Black and Gold
SO . . . with voices loud and strong
To her name we'll raise a song
For to her our hearts belong
With a love untold
Then we'll cheer for Tubman High
May her spirit never die
Victorious may fly
Dear old Black and Gold.
— Velma Bell. '25
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